Founded in Burlington, VT in 1997, Dealer.com is the industry leader of online marketing solutions for the automotive industry. Dealer.com offers the only fully-integrated, Web-based, closed-loop marketing platform that measures the effectiveness of every marketing program, while tracking responses and respondents, from exposure to closure. The platform – more... includes NADA award-winning automotive dealer websites, user-friendly lead management tools, the most proven local search engine advertising solutions available, and unparalleled metrics and Web analytics. Dealer.com is the only company to truly revolutionize the online marketing and sales effectiveness for auto dealers with an unmatched level of speed, precision and ease-of-use. – less – More from ZoomInfo »
Dealer.com Employer Reviews
Fast paced work environment with young employees
SEO Jr. Copywriter (Former Employee), Burlington, VT – March 18, 2013
Great Place to work
Production Operations Specialist (Current Employee), Operations Specialist – December 19, 2012
I like to work with a good group of team players.
Internet Marketing Consultant/Account Manager (Current Employee), Burlington, VT – June 13, 2012
Gym is awesome - Work is horrible
Wont say but in engineering (Current Employee), Burlington,. VT – January 13, 2012
Working at Dealer.com
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